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seen Mar 20 '13 at 9:44

I am a Java/web developer for a large electronics manufacturing company in PA.


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accepted What factors go into calculating perceived sweetness/bitterness?
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comment What factors go into calculating perceived sweetness/bitterness?
I mentioned hopville in my post. It looks like they actually are using "BU:GU".
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comment What factors go into calculating perceived sweetness/bitterness?
In your opinion, do you think it would be possible to estimate gravity units by simply knowing the ABV?
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comment What factors go into calculating perceived sweetness/bitterness?
Very helpful. In these equations, you need to know the specific gravity of the beer. In your opinion, do you think it would be possible to estimate gravity units by simply knowing the ABV?
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asked What factors go into calculating perceived sweetness/bitterness?
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asked Can I derive Final Gravity from Original Gravity and ABV?
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comment Why would someone use Cascade for bittering over Amarillo?
Thanks ScottInNH, good write up, though, it doesn't really answer my question.
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comment Beer recipe calculations?
+1 I'm also a huge fan of the site.
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revised Why would someone use Cascade for bittering over Amarillo?
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accepted Why would someone use Cascade for bittering over Amarillo?
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comment Why would someone use Cascade for bittering over Amarillo?
So I'm actually marking this as the correct answer, simply because i was sort of looking for a reasoning BESIDES personal preference. This seems to be the most practical explanation.
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comment What software do most brewers use?
I absolutely love this site, i can't recommend it enough. Web based is the way to go, especially if you plan to share / collaborate on recipes.
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comment Why would someone use Cascade for bittering over Amarillo?
Glad you found it helpful, all Amarillo sounds delicious!